Choose direct debit if the amount is automatically deducted from your bank account, pay on receipt of bill if you’re sent a bill to pay, and pay as you go / prepayment if you pay in advance with smart card, token or key.

In order to present you with the most accurate results we need to know if you are a ‘rural’ or ‘urban’ customer. If you are unsure it should appear on your bill. The word urban or rural should appear next to your tariff or plan name.

Only select Yes if you already have a Smart Meter installed in your home.Smart meters are the next generation of electricity meters. Using digital technology, the meters give you and your supplier accurate information on energy usage throughout the day. Smart Meters also allow energy suppliers to offer ‘time of use’ tariffs with different rates at different times of the day, night or weekend.

A NightSaver Meter is a special meter that has two dials. The first dial records the number of electricity units used during the day and the second dial records the number of electricity units used at night. Customers on a NightSaver tariffs are charged a discounted rate for electricity used at night. We need to know if you have a NightSaver Meter in order to make sure we compare the correct tariff and show you the most accurate saving.

If you are unsure check your bill as it will be listed – it may be labelled as your ‘plan’ or ‘tariff’

To calculate your savings we need to know how much energy you currently use at home. You can choose either kWh or €. (For the best results we recommend using kWh). However, don’t worry if you’re not sure, we can estimate this for you based on the national average consumption figure published by the Commission for Regualtion of Utilities (CRU).

The national average is 4200kWh, so we will use that to help calculate your results.

Choose direct debit if the amount is automatically deducted from your bank account, pay on receipt of bill if you’re sent a bill to pay, and pay as you go / prepayment if you pay in advance with smart card, token or key.

Choose direct debit if the amount is automatically deducted from your bank account, pay on receipt of bill if you’re sent a bill to pay, and pay as you go / prepayment if you pay in advance with smart card, token or key.

To calculate your savings we need to know how much energy you currently use at home. You can choose either kWh or €. (For the best results we recommend using kWh). However, don’t worry if you’re not sure, we can estimate this for you based on the national average consumption figure published by the Commission for Regualtion of Utilities (CRU).

The national average is 11000kWh, so we will use that to help calculate your results.

Some suppliers provide a ‘cashback’ or ‘bonus’ payment when you sign up to a tariff. If you want to see what difference this makes to your savings choose the option to include cash back amounts in results.

Select ‘Yes’ to only show tariffs which Power to Switch can switch you to today. Select ‘No’ to include tariffs that require switching directly through the supplier.

How it works

Switching energy supplier is a simple 3 step process and can be completed from the comfort of your home:

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To get the best results, it is important to enter your details accurately.

Power to Switch is accredited by the Commission for Regulation of Utilities (CRU.ie) as an impartial, accurate and independent supplier of energy price comparisons.

Why use Power to Switch?

As the number of energy suppliers grows, so do the range of deals available. You could be overpaying on your dual fuel bill if you haven’t switched in some time, or if you’ve never switched at all. It all adds up, and you could be saving €476 a year by using Power to Switch to choose a new dual fuel supplier.

When it comes to finding a new deal, there’s no one size fits all solution. Everybody’s needs and lifestyles are different, so it’s important to run an energy comparison based on your own circumstances to find the best dual energy deal that works for you.

 

How to Switch

Switching is a simple 3 step process and if you have any queries see our Electricity switching FAQs below.

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You could save more money by taking your electricity and gas from separate suppliers

If you prefer the convenience of one supplier for your electricity and gas then the biggest saving is the tariff from .
This deal will save you € per year.

You could save € on your electricity bill with the tariff from .

You could save € on your gas bill with the from .

The combined savings will be € per year.

You can view all the tariff options from the results page. Simply 'toggle' between the type of tariff you would like to see.